Our 2015-25 Long-term Plan sets out how and why we propose to ‘invest for growth’ over the next 10 years. Our strong financial position means we can afford to invest in growth projects on top our ‘business as usual’ work programme but also invest in identified new initiatives. There will be no trade-offs or reductions in services; there will be a modest increase in debt and the forecasted average rates increase of 3.9%.
Between 13 March – 17 April 2015 we asked the public whether they would like to invest in ‘business as usual’ or ‘invest in growth’. Under our ‘business as usual’ work programme, in which core Council services were maintained in line with current levels of service, Wellington may continue to be a great place to live, but we would lose talent and opportunities. Under our ‘invest for growth’ work programme we’d continue to invest in ‘business as usual’ but also identified new initiatives to unlock the city’s growth potential in exchange for a small and manageable increase in debt and rates. We, along with submitters supported the option to investing ‘invest for growth’.
To find our more, see our 2015-25 ‘invest for growth’ ideas.
Long-term Plan 2018–28
We aim to review our Long-term Plan every three years. In 2018, due to the significant changes to Wellington we updated, consulted and adopted a revised Long-term Plan for 2018-2018.
To find our more about our current 10-Year Plan and to view the updated documents, see: Long-term Plan 2018-28.
Draft Long-term Plan consultation
Long Term Plan 2015-2025: Volume 1
Long Term Plan 2015-2025: Volume 2
Long-term Plan 2015−25
You can download the Long-term Plan 2015-25 as a PDF files (two volumes), or check out the accessible online version:
Long-term Plan 2015-25
Senior Advisor, Planning and Reporting